Riley, the rich girl who just graduated from college and ready to face the world. Am I wrong for being angry about this? Overall then, a pointlessly bland film. In the end, love still won and they are proving that they can be responsible in life as well. Also extended is the first scene of Tom and Red where Red brags more about the number of women he's had sex with including Kristie Alley's maid and others, and he asks Tom about his sex life and Tom brings up a former girlfriend of his whom found him unsatisfying. The kind of thing that a sensible up-and-coming, college-educated, responsible executive should have been able to resist because not to was the pinnacle of poor judgment. She clearly is undermining Jim.
I look forward to what she has in store for us next! He was an average man struggling to make it in the real world. Be sure she understands she will not get another penny until you receive an apology and assurances that you won't be subjected to that kind of abuse again. He had to ask me to move so he could grab it from a toolbox. I have seen very few family members of a business who have truly professional level people skills. I love to write unforgettable characters who wrestle with life's largest problems.
The book is lighthearted, romantic, the father is a tyrant at the office yelling is his method of getting things done. When the 2 meet there are instant sparks. He didn't have a stability that I could latch on to. The stepdaughter posted on social media that she missed her dad. When a young man agrees to housesit for his boss, he thinks it'll be the perfect opportunity to get close to the woman he desperately has a crush on - his boss's daughter. I enjoyed the characters of Riley James and Brandon Grant. I do this because they are both highly experienced in this industry, trustworthy, and intelligent — but they have vastly different and equally important perspectives.
We don't get any sweet love scenes. With The Boss's Daughter, Aubrey Parker sets the stage for an intriguing series that I am excited to read. Brandon also acts way younger for someone who should be more mature based on his background. I received and arc in exchange for an honest review. This is far from the typical billionaire story. I want to read more of her stuff. I want it to be something different.
The plot was lacking and the leading couple weren't very developed or likeable. I feel torn about this review. His daughter had become a licensed teacher, and they were not quite sure if she should seek an outside position or come directly to work at the family owned school. I really enjoyed this book. And Tom is scrambling to make things right.
Aubrey Parker was able to capture emotions that made heart flutter and stomach drop. I started with his first book in a new genre for him romance, he writes under another name as well. I want to see some groveling! It was nice to see that the male character wasn't another billionaire sweeping the poor virgin off her feet. The first sounds disrespectful but the second sounds like a retention issue. And he also has to deal with the daughter's older brother, who's on the run from local drug dealers. But this book is not like that at all. Riley had two loving parents and was given anything she ever wanted.
When my wife posted those sentiments on the internet, everyone could read it. Your feelings are not all that unusual, but you are wrong to be angry. This happened where I work more than a decade ago. Brandon and Riley meet at work again and then at a work dinner. If I put it in a letter, I'll feel like a coward, but it will allow me to express my feelings without interruption or protest. I felt like all she did was complain about not being taken seriously with her father. Is very well-written and very refreshing.
There is a surprising ending to the story and how Brandon handles the situation. Brandon is working on a promotion, while Riley is trying to prove that she is more than just the boss's daughter. I fell in love with Riley's willingness to be emotionally sacrificial. I would have preferred an advantage such as this that is, having a personal affiliation with the owner or a high-level manager. Brandon was a product of the foster system and was living paycheck to paycheck. I have the second book in the series but haven't decided if I'm going to read it. Read my full review at Amy's Review Obsession on Blogger The Boss's Daughter is Book 1 of the Inferno Falls Series by Aubrey Parker.